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Position Annoucement

POLICE OFFICER

RICHMOND HEIGHTS POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

Starting Salary:  $57,778                                                                               

Uniform Pay Grade:  2

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Missouri Office of Homeland Security Launch SafeNation Suspicious Activity Reporting Tool

SafeNation App

Awareness is an important part of preventing threats in Missouri. We need your assistance in the fight against terrorism. Our greatest resources in the detection of suspicious activity are the citizens of Missouri.

The Missouri Office of Homeland Security, in partnership with the three Missouri fusion centers, Kansas City Regional Fusion Center (KCRFC), Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC), and the St. Louis Regional Fusion Center (STLFC), have launched a new tool to instantly report suspicious activity. SafeNation is a mobile suspicious activity reporting application that allows citizens to submit anonymous reports that pertain to potentially suspicious activity observed, known or suspected.

SafeNation is now available to the citizens of Missouri for download (free) in the Apple Store and Google Play. Submitted tips will be routed and addressed by the Missouri fusion centers within your area. As always, call 9-1-1 in case of an emergency.

This initiative will enhance Missouri’s partnership with the US Department of Homeland Security’s See Something Say Something campaign. Please share this announcement with your citizens and within your community and respective disciplines.

SafeNation App Flyer (PDF)

Body-Worn Camera Program

** 6/9/2020 Update **

The Richmond Heights Police Department is pleased to announce that as of Monday, 6/8/2020, our Body-Worn Camera (BWC) program has been fully implemented.  All uniformed officers have been trained and are now wearing their assigned BWCs.  Our policy can be found on our BWC page located at the link at the bottom of this announcement.

 


** 3/20/2020 **

The Richmond Heights Police Department will soon begin implementing a body-worn camera (BWC) program.   The use of BWCs will be an invaluable tool to aid the department in accurately documenting our officer’s interactions with the public while maintaining our commitment to transparency.

For more information on the RHPD body-worn camera program, please visit our BWC page at:

https://rhpolice.org/general-information/body-worn-cameras/

Theft from Auto

On 12/1/2018, the individual pictured in this video entered an unlocked vehicle and stole an Apple iPad Pro. Video was captured by victim’s dash cam. If anyone recognizes this individual, please contact the Richmond Heights Police Department’s Detective Bureau at 314-655-3610.

Panera Bread Wallet Theft

The pictured adult female suspect in this video clip stole a wallet from the Victim’s purse while she was eating lunch at Panera Bread located at Clayton and S. Big Bend on 08/05/2018.  If you can identify this individual, please contact the Richmond Heights Bureau of Criminal Investigations at 314-655-3610.

 

New Internet Purchase Exchange Location

Richmond Heights Police Department and OfferUp is proud to announce our partnership.

Our MeetUp Spot program will help provide an easy and free way to establish a community location that is public, well lit, and monitored by the police department, while conducting ebay, Craigslist, OfferUp, and other internet transactions.

The MeetUp Spot will be inside the vestibule at 7447 Dale Avenue (Public Safety Building) and will be available 24 hours a day / 7 days a week.

You should conduct your transaction inside the vestibule so that it will be monitored with video surveillance.

Be Prepared for the 2017 STL Icemageddon…

(photo: courtesy of icyroadsafety.com)

With the potential threat of significant icing beginning Friday the 13th we ask that you remain off the roadways if at all possible. If you must go out BE PREPARED. Roads could be closed due to icing, accidents or fallen trees/power lines. Any one of these may cause you to be stuck on the roads for some time. At a minimum you should have proper clothing (including hat and gloves), a blanket, drinking water, window scraper, cell phone (with charger) and a full tank of gas. Please be careful!!!!

Vehicle Break-Ins

Vehicle break-ins are an all too common crime in Richmond Heights and the region. We highly recommend that you secure your vehicles by locking all doors and removing any items of value. If you are unable to remove valuable items from your car, please conceal them so that they are not visible. This is especially important if you leave your vehicle for long periods of time in commuter lots or parking garages. This type of crime is a crime of opportunity. Don’t give criminals an opportunity to victimize you.